Going meatless in Cattle Country: Student Vegetarian Recommendations

BY CJ GIBSON Driving down Vine St in Hays, anyone can see that Hays has a variety of places to eat. But for those opting…

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Campus and community members hope for a return to local events with the help of the COVID-19 vaccine

BY CORIE LYNN As vaccines against COVID-19 become more widely available, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued new guidelines for individuals fully…

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Outdoor Wi-Fi units expand network coverage on campus

BY CORIE LYNN For the past year, Fort Hays State University has heavily relied on Wi-Fi. The University already utilized online platforms for classes, library…

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Phase 3 and 4 of COVID vaccination plan begins in Ellis Co.

BY JUSTIN SABATA The COVID vaccine continues to make a presence in the area, as Ellis County is moving on to Phase 3 and 4…

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FHSU begins spring break this week, only KBOR school to do so

BY GRANT ROWLEY Some colleges and universities in Kansas are not having spring break this semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, Fort Hays State…

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FHSU hosts activity bringing awareness to Developmental Disabilities

BY AUSTIN RUFF Last Thursday, students attended a Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month activity at the Memorial Union. Students engaged in activities to learn about the…

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SGA holds first reading of allocations bill, hears organizations’ appeals

BY CORIE LYNN Each spring semester, FHSU’s Student Government Association undertakes the allocations process. Through this process, the SGA distributes yearly funding to campus student…

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Where to find Hays’ lenten suppers and fish fries

BY CORIE LYNN In the weeks leading up to Easter, many Christians practice Lent. During this time, individuals abstain from eating meat each Friday until…

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SGA passes bills at weekly meeting

BY CORIE LYNN Thursday night, Fort Hays State University’s Student Government Association held their weekly meeting. During this time, the group passed five new bills,…

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Infection rates continue to decline in Ellis Co., weekly percent-of-positives at 0.90%

BY JUSTIN SABATA The continued decrease of COVID-19 in the area has continued into a new week. As reported by the Ellis County Health Department,…

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